For nearly 90 years, more than 40 films and countless television and commercial productions have found the locations they needed in Southwest Colorado and the Four Corners region.
From dramatic alpine peaks to colorful towns to desert canyons and ancient cliff dwellings, the region has an unmatched diversity of locations waiting to tell a story.
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and the breathtaking river canyon it parallels have featured prominently in many films, from classic Westerns of the 50’s and 60’s to recent thrillers like Christopher Nolan’s “The Prestige”.
Film and television productions alike have been attracted to the mountain peaks and valleys showcased from the “San Juan Skyway” and other highways that traverse this geologically unique region.
Movies shot in Southwest Colorado and the Four Corners region include:
|2006||The Connecticut Kid|
|2002||Dobe and a Company of Heroes|
|1989||Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade|
|1987||The Abduction of Kari Swenson|
|1972||When the Legends Die|
|1970||Support Your Local Gunfighter|
|1969||Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid|
|1969||The Good Guys and the Bad Guys|
|1965||The Sons of Katie Elder|
|1963||How the West Was Won|
|1956||Around the World in 80 Days|
|1956||The Maverick Queen|
|1955||Run for Cover|
|1954||Three Young Texans|
|1953||The Lone Hand|
|1953||The Naked Spur|
|1952||Denver and Rio Grande|
|1951||Across the Wide Missouri|
|1950||A Ticket to Tomahawk|
|1925||The Limited Mail|
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